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A Plausible Story and A Plausible Way of Telling It: A Structuralist Analysis of Jean Rhys's Novels (Europäische Hochschulschriften / European ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes) ebook

by Kristien Hemmerechts


Analysis of Jean Rhys's novels in terms of . Greimas' structuralist actantial model exposes patterns of dependence characterizing the relations between the female characters and their lovers and husbands.

Analysis of Jean Rhys's novels in terms of . For certain passages, however, application of Greimas' model proves problematic, as the actantial roles gradually seem to disappear.

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A Structuralist Analysis of Jean Rhys's Novels. Contents: Relations of dependence between characters in Jean Rhys's novels - Critical reflection on Greimas' actantial model - Presentation of numerous views and voices in Rhys's novels. GO. Table of Contents. Series: Europäische Hochschulschriften, European University Studies, Publications Universitaires Européennes. Kristien Hemmerechts.

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Kristien Hemmerechts studied Germanic philology at the Katholieke Universiteit Brussel (KUB) and the . In 1986 she was granted a PhD for her dissertation A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels

Kristien Hemmerechts studied Germanic philology at the Katholieke Universiteit Brussel (KUB) and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL). Afterwards, she studied literary science in Amsterdam for a year. In Amsterdam she met her first husband-who was British-with whom she married in 1978. They moved out to London where Hemmerechts worked as a typist. In 1986 she was granted a PhD for her dissertation A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels. In 1987 she divorced her husband. A year later she met the Flemish writer and poet Herman de Coninck with whom she lived in Berchem, Antwerp.

A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels. Hemmerechts reported about this loss in the biographical Taal Zonder Mij (1998) which also contains some analyses of de Coninck's poetry.

In 1986 she was granted a PhD for her dissertation A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels. In 1992 they got married. In 2007, Kristien Hemmerechts married Bart Castelein, with whom she has had a relationship since 1999. Until this day they haven't lived together, deciding for separate homes.

A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels". Hemmerechts reported about this loss in the biographical "Taal Zonder Mij" (1998) which also contains some analyses of de Coninck's poetry.

In 1986 she was granted a PhD for her dissertation "A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling It: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys's novels". A year later, however, she met the Flemish writer and poet Herman de Coninck with whom she lived in Berchem, Antwerp.

Kristien Hemmerechts is a Belgian writer. In 1986 she was granted a Doctor of Philosophy for her dissertation A Plausible Story and a Plausible Way of Telling lieutenant: A structuralist analysis of Jean Rhys"s novels. In 1979 they were in charge of a youth hostel in Dover. After a half year, they left Dover and they started traveling in South America for another half year. When they returned, they settled in Brussels where Hemmerechts took upon a mandate at the KUB as an instructor of English. In 1981 Hemmerechts gave birth to a daughter, named Katherine.

A plausible story and a plausible way of telling it: a structuralist. Jean Rhys, 1890 - 1979 Writer Jean Rhys was born in Roseau, Dominica, West Indies. Rhys worked as a chorus girl and ghostwrote a book on furniture. Her father was a Welsh doctor and her mother was a Dominican Creole. Her heritage deeply influenced her life as well as her writing. During World War I, she volunteered in a soldier canteen and, in 1918, worked in a pension office. In 1919, she went to Holland and married the French-Dutch journalist and songwriter Jean Langlet.

Analysis of Jean Rhys's novels in terms of A.J. Greimas' structuralist actantial model exposes patterns of dependence characterizing the relations between the female characters and their lovers and husbands. For certain passages, however, application of Greimas' model proves problematic, as the actantial roles gradually seem to disappear. These deviations ultimately lead to a critical reflection on the structuralist model itself and to a definition of its weaknesses and patriarchal bias. In the second place, Rhys's handling of narrative technique, more particularly the inclusion of numerous alternative views and versions, is discussed.
A Plausible Story and A Plausible Way of Telling It: A Structuralist Analysis of Jean Rhys's Novels (Europäische Hochschulschriften / European ... / Publications Universitaires Européennes) ebook
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